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Why Melbourne loves Colourbond fencing

Nov 12, 2014   //   by shm@rk   //   Fencing News, Home Design Tips, Privacy Fencing, Uncategorized  //  Comments Off

Colourbond fencing is one of Australia’s most popular fencing choices and no city knows that more so than the city of Melbourne. The appeal of colourbond fencing is due to it’s reputation of delivering durable and versatile fencing options that can withstand the Australian climate. Melbourne in particular is known for it’s ‘raining one day, sunny the next’ weather which is one reason why Colourbond fencing is very much in demand in the Victorian capital city.

In addition to it’s durability, Colourbond fencing offers the unique opportunity to compliment the colour palette of the house and the landscape. This is extremely important with the construction of new suburbs and developments happening around the outskirts of Melbourne. Even in the older and more established suburbs of Melbourne, home owners and developers are demanding the option of choice to accentuate the features of the property.

The benefits of a Colourbond fence through Amazing Fencing include:

  • Visual impactcolorbond-fencing
  • Security
  • 10 year warranty
  • Available from $29.90 a metre (conditions apply)

If you would like any more information on the Colourbond options available through Amazing Fencing, give our head office a call today to arrange a free no obligation quote in the Melbourne area.

 

The Evolution of Fences

Jun 13, 2014   //   by Kim Jones   //   Fencing, Fencing News, Privacy Fencing, Steel Fencing, Timber Fencing  //  Comments Off

Fences are a landmark of the suburban landscape. It is a simple structure that gives people privacy and security. Being the most basic division of property, the fence is such a constant part of everyday life that they just form part of the background. Not all fences are created equal, though; they’ve gone through a distinct evolution to become what we see today.

The first fences were meant to keep everything out. But, as new materials, building techniques and styles emerged, the fence took on a variety of forms.

Consider the most common fence types, starting from the dangerous barbed wire fences, the perfectly aligned white picket fences, and tall chain link fences. Each fence serves a similar purpose, keeping things out or in a certain boundary. Each fence, however, carries out the task in a different manner and presents a different image to the people outside.

Timber Fences

The Timber fence is one of the oldest and most popular fence types in the world. It is a no-nonsense and versatile structure and some people already consider it a wall.

Timber fences can be used on all boundaries and are visually pleasing from both sides.

Picket Fences

The picket fence is the smaller cousin of the timber fence. Though this type of fence is widely thought of as a part of the American Dream, they hardly have a claim on it. This type of fence is popular because it is the ultimate decorative barrier.

Marking property boundaries do not have to be a drudge; homeowners can use picket fences to add a little pep and class to their exterior spaces.

Chain Wire Fences

Chain wire fencing is the most simplistic and recognisable of all the fence types. Mostly used in metro environments, chain wire fences enforce security while allowing a full view of everything on the other side. This function proves perfect for containment where visuals are necessary.

Looking for the perfect fence can be difficult. To save yourself the stress of it all, contact us today. Our team has a vast experience on every fence type imaginable. We offer the best quality fence products in our catalogue.

Adding Extra Security to Your Garden

Sep 30, 2012   //   by Kim Jones   //   Privacy Fencing  //  Comments Off

Keeping your garden areas secure is important, because apart from helping to prevent uninvited guests, your garden will often be connected to your house or garage, both of which may contain some of your most valuable assets. The following is a look at some of the easy ways you can make your garden areas more secure.

Increased lighting

Without enough lighting in your garden areas, it will be easy for someone to make use of the darkness to sneak right up to the edge of your house without being detected, making it far too easy for a potential intruder to get close to your place. By doing your best to increase the amount of lighting in your garden, you will be helping create a buffer zone around your home, as few criminals will want to risk coming through a well-lit area to get to your place.

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Finding Holes in Your Home Security

Aug 30, 2012   //   by Kim Jones   //   Privacy Fencing  //  Comments Off

If you have any holes in your home’s security, you had better find them before an intruder does, because all it takes is one weak point and your entire system of defence can be undermined. The following features some tips on how to find any holes you might have in your home security, so do your part, find them and fix them, and make sure your home is properly protected.

Windows and doors

As far as break-ins are concerned, the most vulnerable parts of any home are the windows and doors, so if you are looking for holes in your home security, start by checking there. It is a good idea to provide some sort of security screen for those doors and windows on ground floor areas, or even invest in motion sensor alarms. Whatever you do, make sure your doors and windows are 100 per cent secure.

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6 Essential Ways to Deter Household Thieves

Jul 15, 2011   //   by Kim Jones   //   Privacy Fencing  //  Comments Off

Our homes are filled with all of our most valuable possessions, and thieves are constantly on the lookout for opportunities to break in and take advantage of this. For this reason, it’s important to thief-proof your home. Here are a few ideas for preventing the attention of thieves, from installing an alarm system to hiring fencing contractors to install Colorbond fencing. We’ll even look at the benefits of putting up a "Beware of Dog" sign — whether you have a dog or not!

1. Install an alarm system
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Top 5 Ways to Increase Home Privacy

Jul 7, 2011   //   by Kim Jones   //   Privacy Fencing  //  Comments Off

Ah, our homes. They are our havens from the watchful eyes and ears of the rest of the world. That is, of course, until you catch a nosy neighbour gawking into your window to see you with a towel around your hair and one leg in your underwear. Here we look at five easy options to increase privacy in and around your home, from investing in window treatments to hiring fencing contractors to increase your perimeter privacy.

Purchase window treatments
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